Whether you’re experimenting with Linux or making the switch, you’ll need to get your bearings. This Linux cheat sheet runs you through common and helpful commands you’ll need to know as you get comfortable with the command line.
It doesn’t matter if you’re configuring your system’s network information, installing applications from packages, or compressing and packaging directories, you’ll need to be familiar with the terminal commands used for those operations, especially if the GUI either isn’t working the way you’d like or you want a faster, more efficient way to get things done. Thankfully, this cheat sheet has the commands to do all of those things and then some.
Granted, with many modern distributions you won’t have much need for the command line, but it’s one of the most powerful tools available in the operating system, so you may as well learn to use it if you don’t already know how. It’s also worth noting that the Linux Cheat Sheet is aimed at new users to help them get started, or as a reference for experienced users. If you’re old hat, you may not see much you don’t already know. Either way, it’s still worth a look. Hit the link at Github below to check it out.
Linuxgems Cheat Sheet | Github
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This Cheat Sheet Makes Learning Your Way Around Linux Easy